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    Sandstorm

    I don’t remember much of my school years, but one vivid memory I have from university was when I attended a guest lecture by Hans Bacher, and he talked about the impact of colour theory in concept art. One image he showed was of a desert – a solid blue sky in stark contrast against a dark orange sandscape (is that a word?) It struck a chord in my happy place and may perhaps stay there for a good while. This outfit took inspiration from that blue-orange colour combination, with a dash of red to the mix via my martian socks and Inglot matte lip tint in the darkest shade I could find (#20). I like…

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    Quirky Date Sunday

    It’s been a while since I wore something that I felt was challenging. It’s fun to tickle this side of me now that I’m officially an old person and expected to do more adulting befitting my age. The perfect opportunity came in the form of this cute little dress with a plunging neckline I chose on a whim. It actually looks better without a bra, but I’m saving that for when I find the right event (and some fashion tape). Meanwhile, I broke out my frilly mermaid bikini top for some cover-up (couldn’t resist it while haunting my favourite store in LA so long ago). Ottie even helped me to…

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    Exploring the National Gallery

    Kooling (Beads & Blossoms) visited Singapore a couple of weeks ago, and her schedule was so packed that I was extremely lucky to have met her twice in the span of two weeks. I’ve missed that girl and her pervy humour. We decided to make our virgin trip to the National Gallery one drizzly afternoon. It was fun exploring facets of the building while checking out some of the exhibits along the way. No heelys. Since it claimed to be a good photo spot, why not? Dancing Mutants by Hernando R. Ocampo, oil on canvas, 1965. Drying Salted Fish by Cheong Soo Pieng, 1978. I actually like the smell of salted…